Cross-Country Connections: Loud Art

Cross-Country Connections is a Biodork (mostly) weekly blog entry dedicated to telling stories in pictures of three family members – me, my sister and Mom – living in different locations across the country. Every week we choose a different theme and then take or contribute a personal photo that fits the theme. This week’s theme is Loud Art.

From me in Saint Louis Park, Minnesota:

A performer in industrial clothing, heavy black eye makeup and red hair grinds a power tool against a metal plate on a heavy belt around her waist. Bright sparks fly out in every direction.

Tamale from Beast Women Productions in Chicago, Illinois performing at the opening ceremony of ChiFi 2015 scifi/fantasy convention.

From Erin in Rockville, Maryland:

There's a whole lot going on in this building-side mural photo. The large mural says "Smith" along the top. A rooster head tops white hands pulling open a red robe, revealing a mountain against a blue sky. To the right a hand raised and held in the position that one might see as a priest blesses a room or individual.

From the H street corridor near Capitol Hill, Washington DC.

From Mom in Hagerstown, Maryland:

The upper half of a mannequin painted glossy green, with baby dolls glued to the top of her head, shoulders and lower arms. Situated inthe corner of a bright pink wall.

Taken in the bathroom of the Papermoon Dinner in Baltimore, Maryland.

Cross-Country Connections: Loud Art
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